Champasak Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChampasak Palace Hotel Pakse
Vi tok ett av de rimeligste rommene, likevel var det digert! Etter to måneder med backpackingliv var det godt å kunne skjemme seg bort litt. God frokost, treningsrom og avslappa stemning.
We had one of the cheapest rooms, yet it was huge! After two months as backpackers it was good to splurge a bit. Good breakfast and laid back attitude.
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... and some nice old statues.
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